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Continuity of Library Services: eBooks & Articles

What's in this Guide

Library eBook Collections
Links to the library's packages of eBooks from academic and other kinds of publishers.

Free eBook Collections
Links to many free sources for eBooks

OverDrive
Access to eBooks and Audiobooks

Downloading eBooks
How to use EBSCOhost and ebrary eBooks

Citing eBooks
How to cite eBooks


Facts about eBooks

Citing eBooks -- 3 styles

Finding eBooks - Short form

About eBooks at ASU

  • The quickest way to use them is just to read them online.  But the interface is not always easy.

  • Chapters or small sections can be printed or downloaded fairly easily.

  • Downloading entire eBooks is sometimes possible (though you'll need to set up accounts and download Adobe Digital Editions, Bluefire Reader, or other). The first time you do it, you need some patience.

  • Finding eBooks should be easy. Try the search box above.

  • Many of our eBooks allow access by more than one person at a time.

How to Search in the Classic Catalog for eBooks

A. From the Library's Homepage, use the Quick Search Box

B. Limit your topic to EBooks